Redundant Journal Access: Why Pay More than Once?

Bonnie Tijerina November 8th, 2009

Libraries now get access to journal content from many different places: individual print and electronic subscriptions, aggregators, databases and from institutional repositories. BYU undertook a project to eliminate redundant access and thus reduce costs without reducing access to content. This project resulted in over $160,000 in annual savings.

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